Oh, Dean McDermott. The host of ‘Chopped: Canada’ and ‘True Tori’ star sounded like he got pretty defensive when he sat down for his promotional interview. He made it clear that he would not be defined by his scandals. RELATED: Tori Spelling says she’s proud of Dean McDermott.
Rapper Angel Haze and Ireland Baldwin are a couple. If the picture Ireland posted on her Instagram account didn’t make it clear, then Angel’s statements make it clear. It’s safe to say she didn’t mince words. RELATED: Ireland Baldwin says modeling is difficult.
I think it’s safe to say supermodel Chrissy Teigen has had ENOUGH. She may have just gotten the coveted cover of Sports Illustrated’s annual swimsuit issue, but online body bullies can still get to her. That makes sense to me: people can be so mean when commenting anonymously on the internet! Chrissy went off on twitter and posted a sad-face video on Instagram.
‘How I Met Your Mother’ alum Neil Patrick Harris far from LA, where his hit TV show filmed. He’s currently starring on Broadway in ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch.’ A fan called out, “I love you, Neil,” while he was acting onstage. Neil had quite the response. RELATED: Neil Patrick Harris photobombs John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.
Creator and executive producer of HBO’s hit show ‘Girls,’ Lena Dunham, held her own during a panel presentation at the Television Critics Association event in Pasadena. A reporter asked her about the on-screen nudity on ‘Girls.’ Here’s the question, per Entertainment Weekly:
“I don’t get the purpose of all the nudity on the show — by [Dunham] in particularly. I feel like I’m walking into a trap where you go, ‘Nobody complains about all the nudity on Game of Thrones,’ but I get why they do it. They do it to be salacious and titillate people. And your character is often nude at random times for no reason.”
Lena had a quick response.
“It’s because it’s a realistic expression of what it’s like to be alive, I think, and I totally get it. If you are not into me, that’s your problem, and you’re going to have to work that out with professionals.”
Oh, SNAP. During the panel, another executive producer, Jenni Konner, referenced the reporter’s question, saying the question made her “rage” that the reporter “would talk to a woman like that and accuse a woman of showing her body too much. The idea it just makes me sort of sick.” After the panel, executive producer Judd Apatow criticized the question as “offensive,” “sexist,” and “misogynistic.” Does the reporter’s question seem offensive and sexist to you, or do you think there was a misunderstanding?
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Lily Allen has never been known for holding back, so it’s not exactly shocking that she didn’t have the nicest things to say about her fellow British pop stars in an interview with the Esquire UK. I think it’s safe to say Lily doesn’t have many friends who are also singers. Lily posted her cover on Instagram.
“I feel like when I was growing up and dreaming of being a pop star, it was the days of Britpop when things felt authentic and anarchic and people were taking drugs and having a lot of fun and having sex with each other. So excuse me if I found it a bit disappointing when I arrived and it was a bunch of sterile f**king Botoxed idiots that stank of desperation.
“I thought the people in that showbiz circle were my friends. But almost the second I got pregnant and I wasn’t able to go out and party, they were suddenly quite nasty. There’s a way that those people survive and it’s not by being nice. The way they make themselves feel powerful is to ostracise other people.”
Well, now: don’t hold back, Lily! I can see where parenthood doesn’t mesh well with being a celebrity singer. Maybe she and Adele can become friends? Adele doesn’t seem like a big party girl herself, and she has a baby, now, too.
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